Healthy Vitamins Partners with MegaFood Company to Announce Megafood's Farm Fresh Partnership Program

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Healthy Vitamins is proud to partner with MegaFood Supplement Company to announce a special promotion on their products that utilize produce from local farms in their Farm Fresh Partnership Program.

Megafood Farm Fresh Partner Products

Megafood Farm Fresh Partner Products

MegaFood Supplements company is entering an entirely new category of whole food supplements manufacturing by announcing their Farm-Fresh Partnership with local, Organic and NON-GMO verified Farms.

In a recent interview, Gail Bowman, owner of Healthy Vitamins said, "MegaFood Supplements company is entering an entirely new category of whole food supplements manufacturing by announcing their Farm-Fresh Partnership with local, Organic and NON-GMO verified Farms. This means that MegaFood is committing to specific US farmers who have gone the extra mile to make their farms sustainable, organic and Non-GMO. Megafood will use specific crops from those farms in the manufacture of their supplements. I am proud to carry MegaFood products in my store and to be able to represent their company to my customers.

We are running a special promotion on these products: Complex C, Ultra C, Blood Builder and Pure Cranberry, along with other top MegaFood products this month to celebrate MegaFood's Farm Fresh Partnership policy. To receive the special discount, go to this page and add the sale products to your cart from this page: MegaFood Sale Page"

In February 2014, Megafood partnered with Uncle Matt's Organic Orange farm. This was the first of several such partnerships that MegaFood would enter in to. Uncle Matt’s Organic, the nation’s original organic orange juice company, and MegaFood whole food dietary supplements, teamed up to offer consumers nutritional supplements sourced straight from the grove: Ultra C-400 and Complex C. The new line of “Non-GMO Project Verified,” vitamin C products are made with in-season, freshly harvested, 100 percent organic Navel and Hamlin oranges, free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers grown by Uncle Matt’s Organic.

In July 2014, MegaFood announced the inclusion of Stahlbush Island Farms’ certified-sustainable beets in Blood Builder, MegaFood’s No.1 selling mineral supplement. Stahlbush Island Farms practices a holistic approach to sustainable farming that focuses on creating an environmentally friendly and socially responsible system. By seeking out innovative ways to use technology, Stahlbush continually strives to improve soil, energy use, water, biodiversity, and food safety, ultimately producing nourishing products without compromising the ability for future generations to farm.

Then, in January 2015, MegaFood partnered with James Lake Farms to put their organic cranberry in Pure Cranberry. James Lake Farms is an organic cranberry marsh located in beautiful northern Wisconsin, just south of the Jewel of the Nicolet: Three Lakes. In 2006, John Stauner and his wife Nora purchased the marsh from their former employer, Northland Cranberries, Inc. They now grow 64 acres of certified organic cranberries with five different fruit varieties.

According to the Megafood Corporate Website, "Finding the best organic and sustainable farms growing the best whole foods is crucial to creating real good-for-you supplements. Our food and ingredients are tested 3 times throughout the process to ensure that it all meets our strict purity standards. We mill, puree, and optimize nutrient content, then dehydrate our ingredients with the utmost care in our unique Slo-food Process, making the best products for your health. Real is pure, honest, no cutting corners or cutting budgets, you can take our word for it, but we’ve gotten it certified and verified, too, just to prove it."

Gail Bowman has owned and operated Healthy vitamins since 2003. Healthy Vitamins specializes in providing whole food supplements to its customers. You can reach Gail at 888-244-8948.

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